Black History Month — Katherine Johnson

What an amazing life story, the movie is a must watch. She’s a real inspiration and national hero, but without a political agenda behind her she won’t appear in any history books. Again thank god for blogs and the internet we get to discover gems like her, and so many good people of the world. ❤

Filosofa's Word

Katherine Johnson died today at the age of 101.  When the ‘breaking news’ flashed across my screen, I was working on a different post, but I quickly switched gears.  Some of you may not recognize her name, so let me tell you just a bit about Ms. Johnson.

Katherine Johnson loved to count.

“I counted everything. I counted the steps to the road, the steps up to church, the number of dishes and silverware I washed … anything that could be counted, I did.”

And so it began for this young girl from West Virginia in the U.S. Born in 1918 in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., Johnson’s love for mathematics was inherent, an inclination she had from birth. At a young age, she was ready and anxious to go to school. She could vividly remember watching her older siblings go to school and wishing so much that she could go…

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Glenn Greenwald: MSNBC’s laughable Russiagate meltdown

Intercept Co-founding Editor Glenn Greenwald makes the case against Russiagate.

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